Ubisoft announced its financial result for the past fiscal quarter, and PS4 is still the strongest platform for the publisher, followed by PC, Xbox One, and Switch.
Not surprised at all. . It would be weird if it didn't given the estimated units of each player out there
You think there are more ps4s than pcs that can be games on ?
Expected this gen
What else is new
Yep, not even here in the comments session, there is anything to add to the enormous success of PS4.
The fact that xbox came in 3rd place. Usually it would be at 2nd place. No wonder most of today's games are coming only to PS4 and PC(especially japanese games) first then maybe over another year or so comes to xbox(like nier or hellblade).
Nothing surprising, it's what you'd expect.
But cross play anti consumer Sony how could it be? I don't trust ubi I trusted my trusted news articles from troll sites S/
But but but they told me Sony is doomed for not helping its competitor Microsoft to grow their small user base with cross play. How can this be? /s
Not surprise Switch only had 3 games last year and 3 games this year Ps4 had close to 10 last year and this year Until switch have same amount of games it be impossible to catch up unless each of the 3 ubisoft games sell as well as smash, Mario and Pokemon which they can't So having more options qual more chance to sell more, even if 2 of the 8 games ps4 get don't sell, it still have 6 other games to bring revenue while switch at a disadvantage with less games Get it together ubisoft give switch more games if you want the percentage to change
I think there's more to the PS4's success than just options! This isn't an Ubisoft problem it's a Nintendo problem and before the claws come out I've been a Nintendo fan since 85 but they don't really have powerful tech and don't create new IP's. I'm talking Zelda, Mario and Metroid level games not Arms or Splatoon!
I can get the downplaying for ARMS, but not Splatoon. Splatoon 2 is worthy of mention alongside Mario, Zelda and Metroid, especially after all those updates. The amount of content it has now is ridiculous, and its gameplay is superb.
Nice to see PC on the rise.
Considering there are so few Ubisoft games on Switch, 5% is somewhat impressive.
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